Communication Skills Final Assessment
Well done for getting to the last stage of the communications course. There’s one more thing to do before we issue you with a certificate to celebrate your achievement. Just answer a few simple questions to demonstrate your new knowledge.
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How important is it to listen to others? Which of the following will give you the best results?Correct 5 / 5 PointsIncorrect / 5 Points
Merrick Rosenberg referred to a number of personality types you need to adapt your communication toward, how many birds did he refer to?CorrectIncorrect
Is it just the words you use that are important?CorrectIncorrect
How are you going to change your communication style as a result of this course?
Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it can be reviewed and adjusted after submission.
According to Sandra Folk from The Language Lab what are the 3 Ps of Communication?
Correct 3 / 3 PointsIncorrect / 3 Points
Be ; Be ; Be
Can you tell stories about financial data?CorrectIncorrect
David JP Phillips gave us 5 principles for avoiding “Death by PowerPoint”.
One of these was the maximum number of objects on a single slide. Can you remember how many?CorrectIncorrect
The headline should be the biggest item on the slideCorrectIncorrect
True or false? White is the best background colour for your slidesCorrectIncorrect
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The optimum length for an email is between and paragraphs
Should you make sure you cc everyone who needs to take action as a result of your email?CorrectIncorrect